Official images of Lambo double pack

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Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO & Urus ST-X

Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO & Urus ST-X

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LEGO has uploaded images of 76898 Formula E Panasonic Jaguar Racing GEN2 Car & Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY and 76899 Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO & Urus ST-X to its server today, perhaps indicating that they will be released imminently.

The Lamborghini set was revealed at a low-key event last month without any decent pictures, so these new images provide us with our first proper look at it.

Check them out after the break and let us know what you think of it, and the move to 8-wide, in the comments.

My first thought was why does the Urus have black wheel arches, but looking at this image, it looks like they might be accurate, if a little too prominent.


68 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Definitely not into 8-wide. I actually had hoped to see a shift to 5-wide, like the Mini Cooper.

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By in Canada,

Wouldn’t a wider build make for more detail to show up?

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By in United Kingdom,

Love that windscreen. Hope it turns up without 'Roger Dubuis' printed on it.

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By in United Kingdom,

Well the Urus is a dog, but it is in real life too. Huracan is pretty cool

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By in Singapore,

That starting light play feature is really cool.

Looking at the real Huracán it's quite a bummer that the gold "face paints" under the headlights are out of proportion and look so small on the LEGO model. So much for 8-wide...

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By in United Kingdom,

They've really tried to make the gold look like chrome in those images, haven't they?

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By in Australia,

Yeah, I'm just not a fan of the 8-wide, at all. They look strange, to my eyes. I doubt I'll buy any of them ... but that just saves me money for more City, Ninjago and Superhero sets.

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By in United States,

Urus is a little clunky, but the Huracan is gorgeous.

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By in United Kingdom,

I'm a fan of the 8-wide but the price????

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By in United Kingdom,

I'd say I prefer the Jags to the Lambos - as opposed to their counterparts in real life.

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By in United Kingdom,

They need to get better at rendering the edges of stickers - they look quite jarring in these photos - but it looks like the shape of the actual set is good! I'm very happy about the shift to 8-wide - the old sets had roughly the proportions of a shoe, which always felt quite weird.

Definitely not sure why anyone would want to see a 5-wide Lambo though! 0_o

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By in Germany,

I'm curious whether the metallic gold pieces actually turn out to be just the standard "warm gold" variety that looks awful by comparison. They did it with several of the Mixels, "faking"/doctoring the publicity and packaging shots, bordering on false advertising.

Hope this time it is real metallic gold pieces as in the gold ink variety. Don't need chrome and am sure they won't be as chrome seems to have fallen out of favor with LEGO.

As for the cars, love the Huracán, 8-stud width notwithstanding. Not a fan of the Urus though, but then again that is mainly due to the source material also not looking too pretty.

That Huracán windshield wouldn't look out of place on a Countach either. Nudge, nudge.

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By in United States,

They look wild.

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By in Netherlands,

Car names crack me up

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By in Sweden,

The Urus is really rather ugly, but so it is in really life. I would prefer the Lambo to have less of a race outfit, but you can always leave of the stickers (or some of them at least). Speaking of which, I suspect the name on the windscreen is actually a sticker @Mr_Cross

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By in United States,

Yeah, the 8 wide just looks out of proportion compared to the previous sets. I doubt I’ll pick this up.

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By in United Kingdom,

@ChocolateCrisps, You can almost always tell in LEGO's graphics what are stickers and what are prints. I don't think it's a matter of TLG not rendering sticker edges well because it doesn't know how. I reckon it does it on purpose so that consumers won't feel deceived.

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By in Belgium,

Oh come on, that "starting line" or whatever it is - they didn't even try?

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By in Netherlands,

Really love the switch to 8-wide (though I can see that some collectors may be upset and I don't collect Speed Champions) and that Huracan looks amazing, as does its new windshield. If the cars are only wider and not taller, they are proportionally a lot better without becoming ridiculously tall for minifigures (most Lego cars are too tall for minifigs anyway).

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By in United Kingdom,

The 8-wide Lambo looks great, but it seems typical now for Speed Champions to offer you one good one and one cr@p one you don't want to bump the price up - just like the 75894 Mini.

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By in United States,

The green one looks like a minivan.

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By in United Kingdom,

Appreciate its difficult at this scale, even 8 wide..... but can you imagine how big those Exhausts would be if they upscaled the Lego model, could fit your head in..... Must buy for me....... hopefully with some deal somewhere, GWP, 20% off, triple VIP.

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By in United States,

@ChocolateCrips: Because 5-wide is narrower and would actually fit in my LEGO town. 6-wide is already too wide.

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By in Hungary,

Not a car person but the lime car definitely feels a little overly roided.

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By in United States,

The line was somewhat out of scale for my purposes at 6-wide. Definitely nothing for me here.

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By in United Kingdom,

That Urus is one ugly vehicle.
I’d rather see a Lamborghini tractor set.

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By in Germany,

The more I look at the 8-wide cars, the less I like them. They're just too big and chunky for minifigs.

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By in United Kingdom,

Can't wait for that black and gold car. I think it's up there with the McLaren Senna as one of the best Speed Champs cars.

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By in United States,

I'd probably take the fenders off the Urus and use black plates instead.

The Huracan doesn't look too bad.

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By in United Kingdom,

How much will they be, can't wait to get them. And when will they be released? (UK)!!

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By in Canada,

8-wide is far more accurate than 6-wide (although for many cars 7-wide would be best, but that would cause problems, so 8 studs is a good alternative).

The Huracán looks brilliant, but I dono about that SUV.

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By in Netherlands,

Great, another forced purchase of an ugly SUV... Also not a fan of the racing trim on the Huracan. Why not just a street version?

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By in Italy,

stickers, stickers everywhere...

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By in United States,

I feel like the 8-wide thing just isn't for me

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By in United Kingdom,

10 wide trains now?

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By in United Kingdom,

I think the front end of the Hurus ST-X would have been better with more slopes and using stickers for the headlights.

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By in Hungary,

Why LEGO is forcing theese double car packs? Why don't they release them as individual sets?
I suspect theese will be very expensive sets. That's not a good trend in my opinion.

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By in United States,

I get why many prefer the 6-wide designs, but since I don't have room for a LEGO City, I am really looking forward to this 8-wide set, especially the 6-wide windscreens. I love the Speed Champions but have always felt that they have been squeezed too thin, which has detracted from their accuracy compared to their real life counterparts.
Maybe the next step is to move away from the reliance on stickers – maybe printed headlights, at least?

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By in United Kingdom,

@OhioBricker makes sense, I guess. Even if these sets were 5 (or even 4) wide though, wouldn't the style be very jarring compared to Town and City stuff?

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By in France,

Instant buy for me, for both sets. Just that I won't apply the stickers but those absolutely necessary on the black Lamborghini, just as I did for the SC Mustang.

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By in New Zealand,

Can you guess the next big technic car now?

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By in Germany,

Goodbye, Speed Champions, it has been a good time!

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By in Australia,

Neat. I really like the black one (yeah, I’m not a car expert). I might try and get it.

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By in United States,

@ChocolateCrisps: I'm not buying the Lambo set regardless. I'm more concerned about all new Speed Champions sets going to 8-wide.
the 5-wide Mini Cooper is one of my favorite Speed Champions vehicles (along with the Porsche 911) and I think it's just about perfectly proportioned. In my opinion, it's the best SC vehicle for a Minifig scale LEGO town.

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By in Portugal,

In my opinion the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO has the best design of the Speed Champions theme.

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By in United Kingdom,

Yes, 8-wide gives us more detail, but I'm annoyed that these will be a completely different scale to all the ones I've bought over the last 4 years.

Unless some outstanding acrs are produced in the future, here ends my Speed Champions purchases. :(

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By in United States,

:O

probably my favorite speed champions set so far

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By in United States,

Also, can't wait to see some rebrickable alternates for it!

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By in United States,

The 8 wide cars are starting to infringe one “comically large” territory. It’s not bad, the level of detail is impressive, I just think the 6 wide designs were more in scale with the minifigure

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By in Papua New Guinea,

They look good, but as a technology enthusiast the best part for me is the OPPO sticker.

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By in Austria,

The black one is absolutely beautiful. Hope the price doesn't go up too much.

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By in Finland,

If only this set would've had a Miura I would've gladly purchased it. However, the theme shifting to 8-wide builds means I will be dropping it after this year.
I'm happy for all those who will keep collecting, building and loving these sets. Myself, I feel I've had enough awesome cars already and the 2020 sets are something I simply cannot find any enthusiasm for. Therefore it's wiser to quit while still having a good taste about the whole thing. Looking forward to see the builds, of course.

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By in United States,

@Thunbear It's what the Hulk drives lol

@AustinPowers Chrome Gold came back recently as coins in the Heartlake Amusement Pier. But will it last?

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By in United States,

I just realized these are big enough to mod for TWO SEATS!

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By in United States,

been collecting since the first wave, but I guess that stops here. Huracán looks good, tho

@Anak
The double packs date back to the first wave of SC sets, but I get what you're saying. Many folks would prefer not to pay for an extra vehicle they don't really care for.

@Joefish
I don't think Lego is intentionally putting in a crap car, although I do find some of their design/business choices questionable :P

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By in United States,

8-wide IS TOO BIG ALREADY. It's suppose to work with AS MANY LEGO SYSTEMS AS POSSIBLE and not "some lego systems" and none of your towns. The whole point was to put these cars into your current layout. Now, they're basically driving illegally down the road. Why does lego take a theme that is gaining more and more popularity and do this!? If people wanted authenticity they would have bought lego creator expert cars. It's the size of some creator expert floors! -I'm so disappointed! Is it quality? Look at how disturbing the green car looks at that size. The size shows off all its flaws. It would have faired much better at 6-wide if not 4 wide. Reason with your fans. You have 4-wide fans, 6-wide fans. We collected since wave 1 and now our collection is obsolete! I went on tons of websites trying to promote this product and comments on youtube trying to promote this product but this 8-wide plainly just rubs me the wrong way. Don't alienate your base !!!

Bigger and wider is NOT the solution to everything. Look at some of the products in Japan that is made to fit smaller sized play spaces. They're highly detailed / compact / and that in itself is the attractive nature - look at how many people applauded the mini cooper build in the last set. It shows the ingenuity of the designers and the incredible creativity that allowed such details in such small spaces. Don't alienate the base.. please please reconsider or at least let corporate see all the comments everywhere about this. 76899's success is the Huracan. It would have sold regardless if it was at 6-wide. ANYONE would have bought it at 6-wide. The 8-wide does more to angry your core base. Please look at the comments! Wider doesn't mean more detail, it means less of a challenge for designers - so stop peddling that snake oil pushing wider meaning more detail. You guys are best of the best of the best! You guys aren't worst designers than Star Wars designers. They can scale down, and I know this team can do it. Everything 6 wide has been a major hit and home run. At that logic, make it 8-10 wide! More details? What's the point? It doesn't fit in our cities anymore - that's the selling factor omg..

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By in Russian Federation,

The major drawback is the 8-stud width. Sorry LEGO, but this would never be on my list of purchase.

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By in Turkey,

I come from 4 stud and 10 color era. You wouldn't believe what changes I had to get used to in Lego...

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By in Australia,

Wow, Legobear, chill out! If you don’t like it, don’t buy it! And build your own cars for your own make-believe city! It’s just Lego!
“Driving illegally down the road” .... sheesh!
If you’ve ever seen a Lambo in real life, you would know that they are generally wider than most cars & SUV’s.

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By in Latvia,

I love the Huracan Super Trofeo!

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By in United States,

Eh, the "whole point" of Speed Champions is to be fun and detailed cars you push around and play with, possibly at a low price point. Whether or not any individual car fits in a layout you might or might not have is secondary.

Besides, if we're talking about challenging the set designers here, 8-wide is clearly more challenging at the moment. It's a whole new ballgame that they've designed several important new parts for. Over the past four years they got really good at 6-wide, so I'm sure the 8-wide cars will improve as dramatically as the 6-wide ones have. Personally, I'm quite impressed by how inventive the Speed Champions design team is. Year over year they come up with brilliant design solutions I never thought possible.

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By in Singapore,

@HobbyBros: I wouldn't be surprised if they came out of the box with two seats.

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By in Netherlands,

Price should be € 40 for the Jag pack, and € 60 for the Lambo pack, available at the start of the new year.

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By in United States,

Oooh I like that new canopy piece. Love these weird land-bound space fighters. I guess the round things are some kind of hover/anti-grav technology?

Anyway new SPACE parts are always welcome!

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By in United States,

The Huracan looks more like a Murcielago from the front. I get that the distinguishing shape is hard to truly achieve, though. I don't mind the fuss over 8- wide as most Speed Champion buyers I feel won't have enough space or inventory for a full fledged Lego City.

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By in Croatia,

8 wide is future of Lego minifig scale cars because it can have driver and co-driver, more realistic than 6 wide. It can be seen on cars in TLBM

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By in United States,

I was building bag 1 of the 66 Batcave last night and turned to my son who I’d just shown the black Dodge from SC to so he could MOC a raised engine onto a truck he was making. I said “Wouldn’t it be so cool if some of these Speed Champions sleds were 8 studs wide?” He concurred and lookee here, a reality.

CAN’T WAIT! :)

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